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					Unisa - Durban Electronic Security specification


Section 4 – IP Surveillance System



4     IP SURVEILLANCE AND DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDING SPECIFICATION ............................................ 83


4.1     GENERAL ................................................................................................................................................ 83


4.2     SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................ 84


4.3     CAMERAS ............................................................................................................................................... 85


4.4     VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CONTROLLING AND RECORDING SYSTEM .............................................. 89


4.5     COAXIAL CABLING (For Pan, Tilt and Zoom Cameras) ........................................................................ 96


4.6     CAMERA MOUNTING POLE (Outdoor Fixed/PTZ cameras) ................................................................. 96




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4     IP SURVEILLANCE AND DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDING SPECIFICATION

4.1    GENERAL

               4.1.1    This part of the specification covers the design, supply, installation and commissioning
                        of all equipment for the IP Surveillance system. The System shall be type BOSCH to
                        match the existing UNISA standard and the entire installation shall function as a single
                        integrated IP Surveillance system.

               4.1.2    The IP Surveillance system shall be capable of being fully integrated with the Access
                        Control System via a bi-directional high level interface to allow monitoring of all
                        cameras by the Access Control System and to allow the Access Control Events to
                        trigger the IP Surveillance system camera and display the video of door and/or gate to
                        the Access Control operator terminals, in a picture-in-picture format.

               4.1.3    The IP Surveillance system shall consist of IP Cameras and/or Analogue cameras
                        connected to Video Encoders.

               4.1.4    From a very general point of view, IP Surveillance system cannot be considered as a
                        Security matter such as physical Security, Anti Intrusion or Access control are to be.

               4.1.5    IP Surveillance must be considered as an add-on module to existing Security devices.

               4.1.6    The main interest of an IP Surveillance system is to help the operator taking the good
                        decision concerning a doubt about security issues and the movement control of
                        student, staff and visitors, .

               4.1.7    The aim of the IP Surveillance equipment is to:

                       4.1.7.1   Resolution of doubt

                       4.1.7.2   Surveillance of the usual and unusual student, staff and visitors activities

                       4.1.7.3   Integrate with the access control system for the movement control student,
                                 staff and visitors

                       4.1.7.4   It is considered that pictures must be used for general purpose, remote
                                 management and archiving as to cover the direct staff process followed by the
                                 operators.

               4.1.8    This means that, normally, the IP Surveillance system will be designed as a dedicated
                        video server allowing surveillance of activities, general surveillance activities on
                        separate and / or shared cameras and also allowing remote use.

               4.1.9    The following components of the system shall form part of this contract:


                       4.1.9.1   Indoor and Outdoor IP and/or Analogue Colour cameras, housings and
                                 mountings

                       4.1.9.2   Co-axial, power and Cat-6 UTP cabling

                       4.1.9.3   Analogue-to-Digital Video Encoders (If required)

                       4.1.9.4   Digital Video Recording Servers

                       4.1.9.5   Power supply units (If required)

                       4.1.9.6   Equipment rack cabinets



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4.2   SYSTEM DESCRIPTION


               4.2.1   All cameras will be from both the digital IP and/or analogue with IP Video Encoder
                       type (Only when IP Camera version is not available). The cameras shall be selected
                       for suitability for internal and external surveillance.

               4.2.2   All cameras will be from the colour type and if the lighting conditions are too poor,
                       Day/Night cameras will be used.

               4.2.3   Indoor cameras shall be standard vandal resistant ceiling/wall mount fixed dome and
                       fitted with built in variable focal, auto iris lenses to ensure optimal optical efficiency.
                       Where no false ceiling is available, cameras will be mounted against wall.

               4.2.4   Outdoor cameras shall be mounted in purpose made weatherproof housings to protect
                       camera from dust, rain and strong winds.

               4.2.5   All cameras shall be fitted with surge protection against possible lightning and
                       electrical interference.

               4.2.6   All camera signal, data and power cable will be wired to the equipment cupboard
                       closest to its position. The video data signal cable (Cat6 UTP) will be terminated to the
                       Security LAN via a 24 way TCP/IP data switch inside the 19” equipment rack cabinet.
                       All cameras and switches will be Power-Over-Ethernet compliant.

               4.2.7   A suitable communication path shall be provided to ensure reliable transmission of
                       control signals from the control equipment to any pan/tilt/zoom camera assemblies.

               4.2.8   The system shall be motion detection activated. All activities shall be recorded on a
                       centralised archive storage facility.

               4.2.9   All signal, control and power cables shall be installed inside conduit, trunking and
                       cables racks/baskets. The Contractor shall agree with the engineer all routes. All
                       cables shall be protected against lightning damage.

               4.2.10 The Video signal cables for the analogue cameras will be terminated on a single (1)
                      channel analogue-to-digital (TCP/IP) encoders, mounted in a secure enclosure next to
                      camera. Each encoder will be connected to the Security LAN via Cat6 UTP data cable
                      or dedicated multi-mode fibre optic cable.

               4.2.11 The video signal for the Analogue cameras to the encoder(s) shall be of sufficient
                      strength to produce a 1-volt peak-to-peak signal at the encoder(s).

               4.2.12 All camera lenses shall be 1/3” vari-focal, DC or Video Iris type. All lenses shall be of
                      Day/Night optics type. The correct angles of view will be set up for each individual
                      camera. All lenses shall be of glass type lens and not plastic.

               4.2.13 The MPEG-4 codec must be ratified and licensed with the MPEG Licensing Authority.




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4.3   CAMERAS

                4.3.1    Indoor Fixed Vandal Resistant Dome Cameras (NWD 495 Flexi-Dome)


          No.                   Item                                  Description
          1     Type/Imager                        High Resolution 1/3” or 1/4” CCD
          2     Horizontal Resolution              +500 Tvl Colour
          3     Signal Processing                  Digital Signal Processing
          4                                        Standard PAL/ NTCS ; M-JPEG/ MPEG4;
                Video
                                                   1-to-25 IPS
          5     Data Rate                          9.6 Kbs to 6 Mbs
          6     Video Resolution                   Scalable CIF to 4CIF

          7                                        RTP, RTCP, UDP, TCP. IP, HTTP, IGMP, ARP,
                Network Protocols
                                                   SNMP
          8     Ethernet                           10/100 BaseT Auto Sensing, Half/Full Duplex
          9     S/N Ratio                          >50dB
         10     Minimum illumination               0.95 Lux @ F1.2
         11                                        SSL, HTTPS Encryption, Multiple user access
                Security
                                                   with password protection
         12     Back Light Compensation            Automatic
         13     White Balance                      Auto White Balance
         14     Iris Circuit                       Auto
         15     Power Input                        12Vdc or PoE IEEE 802.3af compliant
         16     Setup                              Remote via WEB browser/Local via Telnet

         17                                        Built in DC Auto Iris 3.7-12mm or similar
                Lenses
                                                   To be specified in the Bill of Quantities
         18                                        Vandal Resistant cast Aluminium, Polycarbonate
                Housing
                                                   Dome; IP65




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               4.3.2     Indoor/ Outdoor Fixed Cameras (NWC-0495 Day/Night)


              No.                      Item                                   Description

               1       Type/Imager                         1/3” High Resolution CCD

                                                           Minimum 480+ Tvl Colour,
               2       Horizontal Resolution
                                                           570 Tvl Black & White
               3       Signal Processing                   Digital Signal Processing
                                                           Standard PAL/ NTCS ; M-JPEG/ MPEG4; 1-to-
               4       Video
                                                           25 IPS

               5       Data Rate                           9.6 Kbs to 6 Mbs

               6       Video Resolution                    Scalable CIF to 4CIF
                                                           RTP, HTTP, RTCP, UDP, TCP. IP, ICMP,
               7       Network Protocols
                                                           ARP, SNMP
               8                                           10/100 BaseT Auto Sensing, Half/Full Duplex,
                       Ethernet
                                                           RJ 45
               9       S/N Ratio                           >50dB
                                                           +/- 0.5 Lux @ F1.2 Colour
              10       Minimum illumination
                                                           +/- 0.08 Lux @ F1.2 Black & White
                                                           SSL, HTTPS Encryption, Multiple user access
              11       Security
                                                           with password protection
              12       Back Light Compensation             On/Off

              13       Electronic Shutter                  Automatic

              14       White Balance                       Auto White Balance

              15       Iris Circuit                        Auto/Manual
              16       Day/Night Mode                      On/Off Mechanical IR Cut Filter

              17       Lens Mount                          C or CS Type

              18       Power Input                         12Vdc or PoE IEEE 802.3af compliant

              19       Setup                               Remote via WEB browser/Local via Telnet
                                                           Auto Iris Day/Night with IR correction, 2.8-9mm
                                                           (or similar), F1.4–F300 or
              20       Lenses
                                                           5 – 50mm (or similar), F1.4–F360;
                                                           To be specified in the Bill of Quantities
              21       Housing                             Outdoor Weather proof IP65




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               4.3.3     Indoor/ Outdoor High Speed Dome Cameras (Auto-Dome 500i Series)


              No.                      Item                                   Description

               1       Type                                1/4” High Resolution CCD Day/Night

               2       Horizontal Resolution               520 Tvl Colour / 580 Tvl B&W

               4       Signal Processing                   Digital Signal Processing
                                                           Standard PAL/ NTCS ; M-JPEG/ MPEG4; 1-to-
               5       Video
                                                           25 IPS
               6       Data Rate                           9.6 Kbs to 6 Mbs

               7       Video Resolution                    Scalable CIF to 4CIF
                                                           RTP, HTTP, RTCP, UDP, TCP. IP, ICMP,
               8       Network Protocols
                                                           ARP, SNMP
                                                           10/100 BaseT Auto Sensing, Half/Full Duplex,
               9       Ethernet
                                                           RJ 45
                                                           0.1 Lux Colour
              10       Minimum illumination
                                                           0.01 Lux B&W
              11       Focus                               Automatic or manual override

              12       Day/Night Mode                      On/Off

              13       Back Light Compensation             Automatic or manual override

              14       IR Cut Filter                       On/Off/Auto

              15       White balance                       Automatic or manual override

              16       Iris Control                        Automatic or manual override

              17       Auto Gain Control                   Yes

              18       Digital Slow Shutter                Yes

              19       Pan Movement                        360º continuous pan rotation

              20       Vertical Tilt                       0ºto 90º, “Auto Flip”
                                                           Min: 99, presets, 3 patterns and 16 areas with
              21       Presets
                                                           labels
              22       Power Input                         24Vac 50Hz

              23       Lens                                +/- 3.6 – 122mm optical zoom lens

              24       Zoom                                36 x optical; 12 x digital
                                                           Indoor Ceiling Mount Dome or Outdoor
              25       Housing
                                                           Weather Proof, IP66 Dome Housing




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               4.3.4     IP Video Encoder (VIP X1 Single Channel)



              No.                    Item                                     Description

               1       Type                                Single Channel Analogue-to-Digital Encoder

               2       Video Input                         1 Composite Video, NTCS/ PAL
                                                           Standard PAL/ NTCS ; M-JPEG/ MPEG4; 1-to-
               3       Video Compression
                                                           25 IPS
               4       Video Resolution                    Scalable CIF to 4CIF
                                                           Standard PAL/ NTCS ; M-JPEG/ MPEG4; 1-to-
               5       Video
                                                           25 IPS
               6       Data Rate                           9.6 Kbs to 6 Mbs
                                                           RTP, RTCP, UDP, TCP. IP, HTTP, IGMP,
               7       Network Protocols
                                                           ARP, SNMP
               8                                           10/100 BaseT Auto Sensing, Half/Full Duplex,
                       Ethernet
                                                           RJ 45
               9                                           SSL, HTTPS Encryption, Multiple user access
                       Security
                                                           with password protection
              10       Alarm                               Input and Relay Output

              11       Serial Port                         RS-232and RS422/485
                                                           Support for PTZ and High Speed Dome
              12       Software                            Control. Flash Memory for upgrade of Encoder
                                                           and Application Firmware
              13       Setup                               Remote via WEB browser/Local via Telnet

              14       Power Input                         12Vdc, +/- 10%
                                                           Metal Case, Standalone with Flange Mount
              15       Enclosure
                                                           Bracket




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4.4   VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CONTROLLING AND RECORDING SYSTEM

               4.4.1    System Description

                       4.4.1.1   The product described in this specification shall be a pure Digital IP Based
                                 Video Management System (VMS) that shall be established on one or multiple
                                 standard Intel XEON, multi CPUs, standard PC platform, with 100Mbit or
                                 1GBit network interface.

                       4.4.1.2   The solution must work on open standard, camera control software with multi-
                                 channel and multi-vendor support, using standard IP network cameras and/or
                                 IP network video servers for conversion of PAL/NTSC cameras.

                       4.4.1.3   The solution must be fully scalable in both number of cameras, recording
                                 PC’s, recorded frames per second on the entire system, and scalable in the
                                 recording capacity, with both local storage and network storage.

                       4.4.1.4   The VMS system shall be designed as a distributed architecture for a full
                                 redundant operation.

                       4.4.1.5   The VMS system shall support both NTSC and PAL video formats from fixed
                                 Colour/B&W cameras, High Speed Dome PTZ cameras, infrared cameras, X-
                                 Ray cameras, low light/IR cameras, IP cameras and IP domes, and any other
                                 camera that provides a composite NTSC/PAL 1v p-p video signal.

                       4.4.1.6   The VMS shall be based on a 10/100/1000 Ethernet networked based video
                                 and shall not utilize DVR technology. A digital recorder that requires the
                                 installation of coax cables from camera to recorder will not be considered as
                                 an approved alternate system.

                       4.4.1.7   The VMS shall be a software based solution running Ethernet network
                                 communication protocol between all IP cameras, camera encoders, operator
                                 stations and the network video archive server.

                       4.4.1.8   The VMS system shall be based on high quality directly network-attached
                                 cameras and/or PAL/NTCS analogue cameras connected to high resolution
                                 MPEG4/MJPEG video Encoder(s). The VMS shall support these video
                                 compressions simultaneously. Web based cameras are not approved as high
                                 resolution security cameras.

                       4.4.1.9   The VMS system shall sustain full operation using CIF, 2CIF, VGA, 4CIF and
                                 Mega-pixel video resolutions. The system shall support all cameras at
                                 maximum frame rate and resolution while maintaining less than 80% load on
                                 the server.

                       4.4.1.10 The VMS video recording server(s) (video archive server) shall as a minimum
                                provide multi-video compression support and shall simultaneously record
                                video and provide these signals for live monitoring or archive playback. These
                                recorders shall have a 1000Mb network interface and shall only be of a major
                                brand name manufacturer of computers and servers. Servers and computers
                                which are not designed and built by major brand name manufacturer will not
                                be considered as an approved equal.

                       4.4.1.11 All network equipment shall be based on a major brand name manufacturer
                                and shall be of Layer-2 as a minimum. The IP network shall support
                                Multicasting between all ports and shall allow Multicast streams to be routed
                                between networks.




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                     4.4.1.12 The VMS storage system shall be based on advanced recording methods and
                              shall not rely on the Windows Operating System to manage storage. The VMS
                              storage as a minimum shall provide RAID-5 redundancy. The storage shall
                              provide for hot swap spare hard-drive. The system shall be of DAS (Direct
                              Attached Storage), NAS (Network Attached Storage) or SAN (Storage Area
                              Network) system. Storage not designed and build by major brand name
                              manufacturer will not be considered.

                     4.4.1.13 The system shall be flexible and as a minimum the compression scheme shall
                              be able to run in one of several bandwidth selections. Each stream bit rate
                              target shall be configurable but not limited to be between 32kbps and
                              4096kbps.

                     4.4.1.14 The VMS shall have a capacity to switch and control as a minimum the
                              number of cameras noted on plans plus 20 percent capacity for expansion
                              and unlimited VGA digital monitors.

                     4.4.1.15 The system shall allow the recording, live monitoring, playback of archived
                              video and data simultaneously.

                     4.4.1.16 The VMS shall record all video from all IP cameras and encoders to the Hard
                              Drive of the recording system and also simultaneously be capable of recording
                              to an external archiving system if required.

                     4.4.1.17 The VMS shall be able to set each camera frame rate, bit rate and resolution
                              independently from other cameras in the system, and altering these settings
                              shall not affect the recording and display settings of other cameras.

                     4.4.1.18 The VMS shall provide a multicast network communication for video
                              monitoring. This video stream shall be independently setup form the
                              recording stream.

                     4.4.1.19 The VMS shall allow the user to view live video at 25 ips, 4CIF resolution PAL
                              while recording at a lower frame rate for more efficient video storage.

                     4.4.1.20 The VMS shall allow for multiple Flat panel monitors to be connected to a
                              single computer. Each monitor shall have independent controls and shall
                              support multi views up to 16 real time camera views.

                     4.4.1.21 The VMS video monitoring system shall provide each user with the ability to
                              view 32 cameras on one PC all at 25ips PAL. The system shall maintain the
                              capability to add additional flat panel monitors for other applications.

                     4.4.1.22 The VMS shall provide the user with the ability to fully control the system
                              using analogue legacy CCTV keyboard without the need for a PC based
                              keyboard or mouse.

                     4.4.1.23 The VMS shall provide a reporting utility for tracking but not limited to the
                              following options. Video and images shall be stored with reports for
                              documenting events:
                                  4.4.1.23.1 Alarms
                                  4.4.1.23.2 Incidents
                                  4.4.1.23.3 Operator logs
                                  4.4.1.23.4 Service requests




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                       4.4.1.24 The VMS shall provide file export tool for export of single frames of video in J-
                                PEG, BMP, etc. file formats and for export of motion video files in AVI, MPEG,
                                etc. file format for transport and playback on computers utilizing a Windows
                                environment.

                       4.4.1.25 The contractor shall provide the required computers for the VMS client and
                                servers. These computers shall be of the most current state of the art
                                technology available at the time of installation and as minimum shall support
                                the minimum requirements of the Video Management System (VMS)
                                manufacturer.

                       4.4.1.26 The VMS shall allow for each of the system Media Archive to be set for fail
                                over recording or redundant recording independently.

                       4.4.1.27 The VMS shall allow for installation of Anti-Virus and network security
                                Software.

                       4.4.1.28 The VMS shall have the capacity for unlimited analogue video inputs and
                                outputs.

                       4.4.1.29 The VMS shall have the capability to program each IP viewing station to view
                                and control selected cameras only.

                       4.4.1.30 The VMS shall provide a Windows based GUI (Graphical User Interface)

                       4.4.1.31 The VMS shall provide operation on multiple VGA monitors connected to a
                                single PC using standard hardware and software.

                       4.4.1.32 The VMS shall be based on a true open architecture that allow for use of non-
                                proprietary PC and storage hardware that shall not limit the storage capacity
                                and shall allow for gradual upgrades of recording capacity.

               4.4.2    VMS SERVER

                       4.4.2.1   The VMS Server shall consist of a data base Main Directory Services, Media
                                 Archive, Virtual Matrix, Internet Video Broadcasting Server, Incident Reports,
                                 Network Management System and Watchdog modules.

                       4.4.2.2   The VMS Server shall offer the capability to be installed on multiple PCs to
                                 enable distributed archiving architecture on the LAN or WAN.

                       4.4.2.3   The VMS Main Directory Services shall not limit the number of Archive
                                 servers which can be networked together to form a distributed archive server
                                 system and shall maintain a catalogue of settings for all the client, servers, IP
                                 Cameras and encoders in the system. The Main Directory shall be responsible
                                 but not limited to the following key functions:
                                    4.4.2.3.1   Enable the client to dynamically create connections between IP
                                                Cameras, Encoders and view live or recorded video on the
                                                digital VGA monitors.
                                    4.4.2.3.2   Provide the client seamless operation of all IP Cameras and
                                                Encoders available in the system regardless of the actual
                                                connection to different archive servers.
                                    4.4.2.3.3   Detect signal loss and have the capability to alert the systems
                                                administrator
                                    4.4.2.3.4   Receive all incoming events (motion detection and triggered
                                                digital input and relay output) in the system and take
                                                appropriate actions based on user-defined event/action
                                                relationships.

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                                  4.4.2.3.5   Create an audit trail of all events and user activities.
                                  4.4.2.3.6   Perform dynamic bandwidth management.
                                  4.4.2.3.7   Authenticate users and give access to the VMS Monitor Client
                                              application based on predefined user access rights.

                     4.4.2.4   The VMS shall provide a Failover Directory module for system redundancy
                               that shall synchronize its configuration database with the Main Directory
                               Service. The Failover Directory shall take over the VMS Main Directory
                               Service in the event of a network or Main Directory failure.

                     4.4.2.5   The VMS Media Archive shall support up to 64 cameras, through encoders or
                               IP cameras, all recording at 25ips, 4CIF PAL and shall record all video from all
                               the Encoders and IP cameras in the native video format of each (e.g. MPEG4,
                               MJPEG, etc. video compressions) for a period of 30 days available for online
                               viewing. Each camera shall have an option for independent retention period.

                     4.4.2.6   The VMS Media Archive shall record all video in real time simultaneously at
                               bandwidth ranging from 8 Kbytes/sec to 4Mbytes/sec, frame rates ranging
                               from 1ips to 25ips PAL and resolution ranging from CIF (352x288PAL) to 4CIF
                               (704x576PAL).

                     4.4.2.7   The VMS shall provide a Failover Media Archive module for system
                               redundancy that shall synchronise its configuration database with the
                               Directory and take over the Media Archive operation in the event of any
                               system Archive failure.

                     4.4.2.8   The VMS shall support a built-in Digital Video Matrix Switcher (DVMS) that
                               shall provide full matrix operation of IP Video to Analogue and Digital outputs.
                               The DVMS shall be responsible but not limited to the following key functions:
                                  4.4.2.8.1   Have the capability of creating camera sequences.
                                  4.4.2.8.2   Have the capability of creating multiple camera views on one
                                              screen.
                                  4.4.2.8.3   Have the capability to create and execute VB or .NET scripts on
                                              events or on schedules.
                                  4.4.2.8.4   Have the capacity to interface with legacy video walls via a
                                              CCTV keyboard connected to the client PC.

                     4.4.2.9   The VMS shall provide alarm management module that shall be able to set
                               any monitor or groups of monitors to automatically display cameras in
                               response to alarm and/or event inputs. The alarm management shall be able
                               to reset automatically or manually alarmed video and shall allow for multiple
                               modes of alarm handling capability, these modes to be programmed within the
                               same system.

                     4.4.2.10 The VMS shall support a built-in Watchdog module that shall monitor
                              operation of all services and automatically restart them if they are
                              malfunctioning. The Watchdog shall be responsible for restarting the
                              application or in a last resort restart the server in case of malfunction of
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                       4.4.2.11 The minimum requirements for the VMS server are:
                                    4.4.2.11.1 2U Rack Mount Dual Xeon Quad Core 3.00 GHz or better
                                    4.4.2.11.2 8GB of RAM or Better
                                    4.4.2.11.3 Dual/redundant power supply
                                    4.4.2.11.4 Dual/redundant 10/100/1000 network interface card (NIC)
                                    4.4.2.11.5 All necessary daughter boards for integration to local area
                                               network, optical mouse, sound card, speakers, etc., shall be
                                               provided.

                       4.4.2.12 To provide an advanced and reliable system the following server must be
                                provided for the recording system:
                                    4.4.2.12.1 Dual mirrored 74Gb or better for operating system and VMS
                                               server software.
                                    4.4.2.12.2 Internal storage shall be configured as a separate RAID system
                                               and shall not utilizes the hard drive set for the operating system
                                               and VMS software
                                    4.4.2.12.3 If storage requires external attached RAID system a Fibre
                                               Channel Interface Card shall be used to interface the external
                                               RAID to the VMS Server.

               4.4.3    VMS CLIENT

                       4.4.3.1   The VMS client shall consist of a Configuration Tool application, a Monitor
                                 application, an Archive Player application, a Web Monitor application and a
                                 Web Archive Player application.

                       4.4.3.2   The VMS Client shall be fully integrated into the Access Control GUI software.

                       4.4.3.3    The VMS client shall perform the following applications simultaneously
                                 without interfering with any of the Archive Server operations (Recording,
                                 Alarms, etc.):
                                    4.4.3.3.1   Live display of cameras
                                    4.4.3.3.2   Live display of camera sequences
                                    4.4.3.3.3   Control of PTZ cameras
                                    4.4.3.3.4   Playback of archived video
                                    4.4.3.3.5   Retrieval of archived video
                                    4.4.3.3.6   Instant Replay of live video
                                    4.4.3.3.7   Use of graphical controls (maps)
                                    4.4.3.3.8   Use of procedures (Macros)
                                    4.4.3.3.9   Configuration of system settings
                                    4.4.3.3.10 Execution of system macros

                       4.4.3.4   The VMS client applications shall support any form of IP network connectivity,
                                 including: LAN, WAN, VPN, Internet, and Wireless (WiFi and Cellular)
                                 technologies.

                       4.4.3.5   The VMS client applications shall support IP Multicast (UDP) and Unicast
                                 (TCP or UDP) video streaming.



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                     4.4.3.6   The VMS client applications shall automatically adapt to the network topology
                               and use the best available method to receive streaming video.

                     4.4.3.7   The VMS client applications shall provide an authentication mechanism, which
                               verifies the validity of the user.

                     4.4.3.8   The Client Monitor application shall allow for live monitoring of video on either
                               single or multiple monitors.

                     4.4.3.9   The Client Monitor shall provide on each of the VGA monitors independently
                               the following, but not limited tile views:
                                  4.4.3.9.1   Full screen
                                  4.4.3.9.2   Quad
                                  4.4.3.9.3   3x3 (9-view)
                                  4.4.3.9.4   4x4 (16-view)
                                  4.4.3.9.5   1 + 9 (One large and 9 small view)
                                  4.4.3.9.6   1+11 (One large and 11 small view)
                                  4.4.3.9.7   1+12 (One large centre tile and 12 small view)
                                  4.4.3.9.8   1+15 (One large and 15 small view)

                     4.4.3.10 The Client Monitor application shall allow operators to view an instant replay
                              of any camera. The operator shall be able to define the amount of time he
                              wishes to go back from a predefine list or through a custom setup period and
                              be able to control the playback with play, pause, forward, and speed buttons.

                     4.4.3.11 The Client Monitor application shall allow operators to add bookmarks or to
                              switch their instant replay view into the Archive Player application, for
                              advanced operations, by clicking on a single button in the Instant Replay tab.

                     4.4.3.12 The operator shall be able to choose and trigger an action from a list of
                              available actions included but are not limited to:
                                  4.4.3.12.1 View camera in a video tile
                                  4.4.3.12.2 View Map or procedure in a video tile
                                  4.4.3.12.3 Starting/stopping PTZ pattern
                                  4.4.3.12.4 Go to PTZ Preset
                                  4.4.3.12.5 Sending alert messages
                                  4.4.3.12.6 Send/receive messages through a serial data stream
                                  4.4.3.12.7 Executing a macro

                     4.4.3.13 The VMS Client application shall provide management and control over the
                              system using a standard PC mouse, keyboard and CCTV keyboard.

                     4.4.3.14 The VMS Client application shall display all cameras, sequences and monitors
                              in a logical tree.

                     4.4.3.15 The VMS Client application shall allow an operator to drag and drop a camera
                              and camera sequences from a tree of available cameras into any video tile for
                              live viewing.




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                     4.4.3.16 The VMS Client application shall support Graphical Site Representation
                              (Maps) functionality, where digital maps are used to represent the physical
                              location of cameras and other devices throughout facility. The maps shall
                              have the ability to contain hyperlinks to create a hierarchy of interlinked maps.
                              It shall be possible to import maps from any graphical software supporting
                              BMP, JPEG and/or GIF image formats.

                     4.4.3.17 The VMS Client application shall allow an operator to drag and drop a camera
                              from a map into a video tile for live viewing. The operator shall be able to click
                              on an icon in a map to initiate PTZ camera preset, run PTZ pattern, etc.

                     4.4.3.18 The VMS Client application shall support the procedure functionality, where
                              procedures can be triggered to appear during a certain event and can be used
                              to provide detail written or verbal instructions to the operator as to the actions
                              to be taken.

                     4.4.3.19 Each workstation running the VMS Client application shall be able to use a
                              CCTV keyboard(s) that can control the entire set of cameras throughout the
                              system, even if the system consists of motorized cameras produced by
                              different manufacturers. (i.e.: one keyboard manufacturer controls other
                              manufacturer’s dome or vice-versa). The operator shall be able to control pan-
                              tilt-zoom, iris, focus, dome relays and dome patterns.

                     4.4.3.20 The VMS Client shall allow for a CCTV keyboard to be attachable directly to
                              the PC running the VMS Client application via its serial port. The CCTV
                              Keyboard Interface shall provide full video matrix operations.

                     4.4.3.21 The VMS Client software shall allow for operator PTZ priority ranging from 1
                              to 255. This shall prioritize which operator has control over a camera vs.
                              another operator trying to control the same camera at the same time.

                     4.4.3.22 The minimum requirements for the VMS client workstations are:
                                                              ®      ®
                                  4.4.3.22.1 Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor 2.00GHz or better
                                  4.4.3.22.2 4GB of RAM or Better
                                  4.4.3.22.3 512MB, Dual Monitor DVI or VGA Graphics Card
                                  4.4.3.22.4 Dual/redundant 10/100/1000 network interface card (NIC)
                                  4.4.3.22.5 22” LCD Flat Panel colour monitor with min. 1000:1 contrast
                                             ratio and equipped with both a VGA and DVI port.
                                  4.4.3.22.6 All necessary daughter boards for integration to local area
                                             network, optical mouse, sound card, speakers, etc., shall be
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4.5   COAXIAL CABLING (For Pan, Tilt and Zoom Cameras)

               4.5.1   Coaxial cabling used for the purpose of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) within
                       buildings or other approved short haul distances shall, as a minimum be RG-59B/U,
                       RG-02 or RG-11.

               4.5.2   Cable distance shall be as follows:

                                    4.5.2.1   RG-179 – All Rack Enclosure Cabling

                                    4.5.2.2   RG-59B/U – up to 200m

                                    4.5.2.3   RG-02 – up to 350m

                                    4.5.2.4   RG-11 – up to 650m

               4.5.3   Coaxial cable for CCTV cameras shall be 75 Ohm impedance with a solid pure copper
                       centre conductor and pure copper braided shield providing minimum 95% braid
                       coverage. The copper shall have less than 2.0% impurities.

               4.5.4   All video cable shall in accordance with military specification.

               4.5.5   All connectors will be of crimp BNC type. Only approved crimping tools shall be used
                       to perform the crimp connection.

4.6   CAMERA MOUNTING POLE (Outdoor Fixed/PTZ cameras)

               4.6.1   The masts for dome and stand-alone static outdoor cameras shall be 6m hollow spun
                       concrete Rocla or similar and shall be planted in 32Mpa concrete basis of 1.2 x 1.2 x
                       1.2m.

               4.6.2   A 1,5m x 15mm steel rod with molecularly bonded copper cladding shall be mounted
                       to the apex of the mast. This shall serve as the air termination of a lightning
                       conduction system which will further consist of a 50mm2 stranded bare copper down
                       conductor running inside the mast to four 1,5m copper clad earth rods driven into the
                       ground at the extremities of the excavation for the base of the mast before the
                       concrete is cast.

               4.6.3   The tops of the earth rods will be interconnected with the continuous 50mm² down
                       conductor.

               4.6.4   All connections in this down conduction path shall be hard soldered or fusion welded
                       (‘Cadweld’).




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